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Letter War years were different whether one lived in the eastern or western part of the province, whether part of the military or a civilian, whether on the British or American side of the conflict.

Discover here the various aspects of the war in three major geographic parts of Upper Canada, and learn about the war beyond Upper Canada and life and hardships of both civilians and members of the militia.

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The Battle of Fort George from the
Philadelphia Portfolio, 1817
Archives of Ontario Photographic Collection
Lithograph
Reference Code: S 1439
Archives of Ontario

Lithograph: The Battle of Fort George from the Philadelphia Portfolio, 1817

Detroit Frontier Niagara Frontier and York Kingston and the St. Lawrence

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information specific to that area

A Map of the Province of Upper Canada, describing all the new settlements, townships, etc. with the countries adjacent, from Quebec to Lake Huron, compiled at the request of His Excellency Major General John G. Simcoe, 1800
David William Smyth, Surveyor General, compiler W. Faden, London, Publisher
Miscellaneous Map Collection
Reference Code: C 279-0-0-0-34
Archives of Ontario, I0004758


Detroit Frontier

Niagara Frontier and York

   

Kingston and the St. Lawrence

The War Beyond Upper Canada

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